A city with great historical importance since the time of the 1857 revolution and the struggle for India’s freedom, Ludhiana, the largest city in the state of Punjab is a frequently visited city by Indians and tourists from all over the world. There are dozens of places to see and learn about and this article talks of a few.
As a modern center point of Punjab, the city of Ludhiana is known as the “Manchester of Punjab” with all the real commercial enterprises of knitwear, motor bike adornments and other merchandise. It is a great place to experience and learn about the Punjabi culture and way of life. The city is home to some of the most brave martyrs of our country. There are a good number of places to visit in Ludhiana in its historical sites, some of which are listed below.
Punjab Agricultural University Museum
Otherwise called Ajaib Ghar, Punjab Agricultural University Museum is an authoritative visit on the off chance that you get a kick out of the chance to find out about the general population’s life in Ludhiana in the eighteenth and the nineteenth hundreds of years. The exhibition hall turns into a stage to the bright celebration of the Kisan Mela held every year. The historical center houses different provincial and cultivating devices and objects and a few different antiquities from the eighteenth and nineteenth century.
Lodhi Fort was worked by the Muslim ruler Sikandar Lodhi around 500 years prior. The fortress is situated at the banks of the Sutlej River furthermore went under the British in 1809. The fortress was at one time a superb living arrangement of the colossal Muslim ruler and showed his military force. Be that as it may, in the wake of disregard the stronghold remains in remnants and has gravely endured by nature’s components. In any case, this spot is a complete visit as more guests may prompt the reclamation of this lofty structure.
Gurudwara Charan Kamal
The Sikh sanctum denotes the spot where Guru Gobind Singh took a taste of water from the lake and nodded off because of a spell and was later joined by a couple of devotees. The building is a splendid illustration of Sikh design. December is the best time to visit this Gurdwara.
Situated at the GT street, the Tiger Zoo is spread over a gigantic 25 sections of land of the area. The zoo was set up in 1993 and has been a most loved visitor spot in Ludhiana from that point onward. The safaris are directed inside wellbeing vans and one can watch the tigers in the open from inside the vans. The safari is open all day with the exception of Mondays.
While there are relatively few supposed vacation spots in Ludhiana, the city shapes the heart of the state of Punjab and has an unmistakable Punjabi society. It can be approached from the national capital by a Delhi to Ludhiana taxi which takes about 5 hours of travel. The authentic significance of the city makes it complete visit and the previously stated attractions are not to be missed.